Three Keota Eagles make first, second-team SICL lists

Addison Sprouse

JD Stout

Hunter Wilson 

Addison Sprouse: Sprouse was a bright spot for the Keota girls' basketball team, leading in most categories throughout the season. She surpassed 300 points, a majority coming from behind the arc, of which she converted on 39 percent of her attempts and made 52 treys. She also had the most success at the free throw line, hitting 76 percent of her shots at the charity stripe. She led the team in steals (50), rebounds (103) and blocks (nine) while recording the second-most assists (47).

JD Stout: Stout took over the point this year in only his sophomore season, but showed skill and poise throughout the season. His scoring prowess led to a season average of almost 24 points per game, with Stout finishing up with 519 points. He shot over 50 percent from the field, made just over a third of his three-point attempts and converted on nearly 76 percent of his free throw chances. Stout tied for the team lead with 45 steals and was second in assists (58) and blocks (12). Stout also used his athletic ability and strength to rack up 71 rebounds, third-most on the team.

Hunter Wilson: Wilson was the lone Eagle to find himself on the second-team SICL list after putting up some solid numbers in his senior season. He was second on the team in terms of scoring, finishing up with 250 points, nearly half of which came from three-point shots. Wilson had the third most assists with 47 and third most steals with 43. He also pulled in 62 rebounds, fourth most on the team.

Honorable Mentions

Addison Swanson: In only her second year on the Ketoa girls’ squad, Addison Swanson was a key contributor on offense and defense throughout the season. She eclipsed the century mark and was second on the team in scoring, ending up with 113 points, averaging five per game. She was one of the more efficient shooters from the field, making 43 percent of her shots and over 50 percent of her attempts at the free throw line. Swanson had the third most steals, swiping away 22 balls and was second on the team with 76 rebounds.

Luke Greiner: Greiner left everything out on the court in his final season as a Keota Eagle. He had the fourth most points on the team (170), finishing up with the second best free throw shooting percentage on the team. He led the team with 79 assists and tied the lead with 45 steals on the season. Greiner grabbed the second most rebounds on the team, ending up with 81.

Jack Eakins: Eakins was a double-double machine for much of the season, finding ways to consistently score while getting just as many rebounds in the process. He was third in terms of scoring, ending up with 192 points, just shy of nine per game. He far exceeded all of his teammates with his rebounding ability, tallying 175 on the season, averaging eight per game. He also led the team with 20 blocks, while finishing in the top five in terms of assists (18) and steals (24).